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Financial crime and transaction monitoring

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Speaker: Vishal Marria, CEO, Quantexa

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Speaker(s): Vishal Marria, CEO, Quantexa

Vishal is a globally recognised leader in solving clients' financial crime and surveillance challenges. He is accomplished at building teams and helping clients to use innovative data analytics for their financial crime challenges. Previously Executive Director at EY, Vishal led major programs at international banks including global Anti Financial Crime technology strategy, data-driven remediation and end to end reviews of strategy and policy. Vishal was instrumental in directing and building the Detica NetReveal business globally and strives to bring together business and IT to address financial crime risks.

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The London Institute of Banking & Finance event - Financial crime and transaction monitoring


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Event title: Financial crime and transaction monitoring
Start date: Thursday 4 April 2019
Location: London
Pricing: Free for The London Institute of Banking & Finance Higher Education students and members.
£7.50 for The London Institute of Banking & Finance Financial Regulatory students and alumni.
£15.00 for others.
Speaker(s): Vishal Marria, CEO, Quantexa
Event website: http://www.libf.ac.uk/
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